Introduction — Dec 23, 2014
Why on earth would Israelis buy property in ISIL occupied territory in Iraq, even if it was at bargain prices?
There can only be one reason: Israelis are buying property there in anticipation of the expansion and establishment of a “Greater Israel“. This was one of the objectives envisaged by the original Zionists, before Israel had even been established as a modern nation state.
According to the founding father of Zionism Theodore Herzl:
“the area of the Jewish State stretches: “From the Brook of Egypt to the Euphrates.”
This area would encompass parts of northern and western Iraq. Moreover, we know that Al Baghdadi, the leader of ISIL, is reputed to be a Mossad trained operative.
Indeed there have been numerous reports linking Al Baghdadi with Mossad and this is more than speculation. Although the corporate media have largely ignored them they have been corroborated by NSA documents.
Elsewhere reports have appeared claiming that Al Baghdadi’s real name is Elliot Shimon, a Jew by birth.
This would also explain reports that Israel was covertly assisting Islamic State militants. Although largely ignored by the corporate Western media, Alexander Prokhanov, a senior aide to Russian President Vladimir Putin, maintains that Israel has been providing intelligence and training assistance to ISIL militants.
From these disparate reports we can conclude that Israel is covertly working toward the establishment of a “Greater Israel”. As the Mossad motto goes: “By way of deception, thou shalt do war“; and in the process Israel is using its agents to lead Islamic militants, who in their ignorance will do the fighting and dying for a “Greater Israel”.
Of course, in the process many innocents will also die but hardcore Zionists probably view that as being part of the price.
The Jerusalem Post is already dismissing the following report as a “conspiracy theory“, but as any anyone independently minded enough will tell you there’s a kernal of truth in many such ideas.
Israelis buy properties in ISIL-held Iraqi cities: Report
Press TV — Dec 23, 2014
A report says Israeli businessmen are buying properties belonging to the displaced minorities in the ISIL-held regions in northern Iraq to prepare the ground for accommodation of more than 2,000 people there.
Citing a local source, Fars News Agency reported that estate agencies in Mosul and other cities of the Nineveh province in northern Iraq have began purchasing the houses and lands of Iraqi minorities including Christians and Izadis and Turkmens.
The estate agents offer “attractive prices” in exchange for the properties and later sell them to Israeli businessmen, the unnamed source said.
The source added that more than 2,000 Jews have recently returned to Iraq’s Kurdistan region to resettle in Iraq’s northern areas.
Thousands of Iraqi Christians and other communities have been forced out of their homes in Mosul since June following an ultimatum by ISIL terrorists. Most Christians in the northwestern Nineveh province escaped after the Takfiris overran the region.
The ISIL terrorists control some parts of Syria and Iraq. They are engaged in crimes against humanity in the areas under their control.